I'm lactose intolerant, can I still take colostrum?

Unlike conventional milk, colostrum actually contains little lactose. Generally, people who are lactose-intolerant should experience no problems when taking colostrum. In addition, some lactose-intolerant people have even reported an increase in tolerance to lactose after taking colostrum for approximately six to eight weeks. There are some colostrum products on the market which contains no lactose because the lactose has been filtered out, this is a suitable option for people who choose a lactose-free diet or are severely allergic to lactose.


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